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Most artists tend to think out of the box but this artist has gone back in the box– a sardine can to be exact. It’s safe to say Nathalie Alony enjoys working on a smaller scale and with her latest project, she’s created several series of miniature sculptures depicting anything from everyday life in little apartments to small-scale replicas of famous artworks. Great idea!
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Packed within the four walls of a tiny 6 by 10 centimeter sardine can, the miniature characters created by sculptor Nathalie Alony for her project Home Sweet Home are both humorous and poignant. Arranged in a massive grid, the artist’s sardine can dioramas serve as a metaphor for the confined apartments in which we nest. These intricate figurines—men, women, children, beloved pets—each exist within the limits of their aluminum enclosure, building complex family and personal universes...
In pictures: Life in a sardine tin by artist Nathalie Alony
Artist Nathalie Alony's tiny homes in sardine cans depict everyday life, Italy
Tiny dioramas created inside sardine cans by Nathalie Alony
Italy-based artist Nathalie Alony has created an incredible series of miniature dioramas, illustrating life inside an apartment. What makes these dioramas so special is that each one has been created inside a sardine can, which is kind of fitting, given Alony’s statement about the work: ‘All these different lives, different stories, different histories and futures, […]